The Smell of Cap Guns by Gustavius Payne

Gustavius Payne is a Welsh figurative artist, born and living in Merthyr Tydfil. This exhibition marks his 50th year.

His diverse imagery draws from mythology and folk-lore, alongside ecological and political concerns, drawing the viewer into a fascinating reflective world, set in the post-industrial Welsh Valleys.

The exhibition’s title draws reference to the memories of a child’s youthful innocence, coloured with a particular set of cultural values.

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Exhibition: In-sight 17 Helfa Gelf artists upstairs at MOSTYN

A new collection of work by artists from North Wales upstairs at MOSTYN, in partnership with Helfa Gelf Art Trail.

Catherine Bailey / Elizabeth Bolloten / Jenny Ford / Eleri Jones / Nerys Jones / Lucy Elizabeth Jones / Dave Roberts

Forest and Found Opening Event

~~Ymunwch â ni am goffi a theisennau bore Sadwrn gyda’r artistiaid Max Bainbridge ac Abigail Booth (Forest + Found) i agor ein harddangosfa newydd:

Forest + Found
Walking the Line
Dydd Sadwrn 18 Mai 2019 am 11am

Mae Oriel Myrddin yn cyflwyno arddangosfa o waith cerfluniol a gwaith ar waliau gan y stiwdio Forest + Found, sef yr artistiaid cydweithredol Max Bainbridge ac Abigail Booth.

ON EMPTINESS | Oliver Perkins & Patrick Lundberg

Nothingness is in reality a mirage, in a tripartite sense that it assumes the horizon of perception, represents a reverse image of the real, and is the expression of a desire at the heart of a reality that does not lend itself to it. It vanishes therefore when consciousness seeks to approach and thematise it. 1

The disappearance of the object does not only exclude but also reveals the presence of the world as the background against which all objects appear. 2

Theresa Taylor and Nigel Morris: Spatiality

An insight into the working practices of two printmakers who have previously shown together and have an ongoing artistic relationship. Theresa and Nigel’s continued interest in print developed together through exhibiting and art appreciation.

This combined exhibition sees the artists explore and examine spatiality from their own unique viewpoints and practices. Alongside individual work, collaborative pieces will be presented as part of this show in the form of several blended prints.

 

 

In-sight 16

A new collection of work by artists from North Wales upstairs at MOSTYN, in partnership with Helfa Gelf Art Trail.

This showcase offers you a glimpse of Wales’s largest open studio event, which takes place across Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham. A great opportunity to experience some of the exciting and diverse work being produced in the region.

‘In Colour’ maker showcase

To celebrate the Spring season the ‘In Colour’ maker showcase at MOSTYN will brighten up your day. Featuring a riot of colour, in all tones, shades and hues, from artists and makers who have a bold use of colour within their work.

The showcase presents a selection of original artworks, limited edition prints and hand-crafted contemporary crafts.

Folded Forest: Sky on High to Burrow Below

Limited edition prints, homewares and textiles by Folded Forest, the creative partnership of Ruth Viqueira and Sarah Peel, screen-printed in their West Yorkshire studio.

S Mark Gubb: The Last Judgement

Taking Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel painting of the same name as a starting point and reference, the exhibition includes a range of new and existing sculptural works exhibited as an installation.

Derek Boshier: It's only when the tide goes out… Selected works and ephemera, 1976 - 2018

An exhibition of drawings, paintings, prints and videos, along with lesser-known photographic and sculptural works and ephemera from the personal collection of English pop artist Derek Boshier who first came to prominence as part of the British Pop Art movement in the early 1960s.

Containing works from the last four decades of the artist's career, presented here is a never before seen portrait of an artist whose own work he has described as "art that's political, not political art".

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